10 hrs ago
Rebeca De La Espriella - A gifted student, dancer and leader
When I met Rebeca De La Espriella, I was struck with her serenity and calmness, in spite of maintaining a schedule that would reduce most of us to hair-pulling stress.
14 hrs ago
Successful spring plant sale
Photo provded by Pat Kahrimanian UF/IFAS Martin County Master Gardener volunteers Sunny Swearingen and Donna Rae Pearlman prepare for the first customers at this year's Spring Plant Sale.
Tornadoes very rarely deadly on Treasure Coast
Hurricanes might be the most common natural disaster impacting Floridians, but the storms aren't the only severe weather Treasure Coast residents must anticipate.
Wed May 22, 2013
TCoast Cabbie Stabbed, No Suspects
When you think about jobs that put your life in danger, cop and firefighter might come to mind, but how about cabbie.
Arts Enrichment Club debuts in Martin County
Janelle Gearing surprises the group with her multi-media artwork. Dr. Larry Smithers, Janelle Gearing, Connie Rizzo, Mia Pray, Tessa Pray, Michelle Pray.
Tue May 21, 2013
WFLX-TV West Palm Beach
Man in Martin County bitten by rabid raccoon
A man is being treated for rabies exposure after a raccoon in Martin County bit him, according to the Martin County Health Department.
Wed May 15, 2013
Karl Ramonas: McCurrach leads the way in Martin County
Bobby McCurrach topped the Jensen Beach men this week with a 289 game en route to a 774 series in the Thursday Trios.
Tue May 14, 2013
Historical Vignettes: Stan and Bill's Blue Goose and Pink Pony
The establishment that would eventually be known as the "Blue Goose" was situated on a relatively undeveloped section of the highway north of Stuart on land once owned by Lilly Sherman before purchase by the Wilkinsons and later, George Fuller.
Like fire departments, burn centers are often under funded
Editor's note: Chief Adam K. Thiel applauds the work of the medical professionals who specialize in burns and urges us to find ways to help their vital but financially challenged work.
Ideas to ease congestion on Palm City Road include roundabouts,...
Motorists may no longer be able to turn right from U.S. 1 onto Palm City Road if state and Martin County officials approve a plan presented to Stuart city commissioners Monday night.
Mon May 13, 2013
Investigation: Indian River 2011 jail escape possibly foiled had...
Leviticus Taylor smiles during his sentencing in March, 20, 2012 for escaping the Indian River County Jail in Oct.
Local tennis directors to head Martin County tennis program
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com - When the opportunity arose for someone to take over the tennis program with Martin County Parks & Recreation, Deanna Kernan and Karin DeCoste jumped at the chance.
Martin County sheriff to give update today on condition of malnourished horses, donkeys
Eleven malnourished horses and donkeys were seized but the Martin County Sheriff's Office Sunday and turned over to Equine Rescue and Adoption Foundation of Palm City.
Sat May 11, 2013
Gubernatorial hopeful Nan Rich tells Martin Democrats Gov. Scott has 'wrong priorities'
Former state Sen. Nan Rich criticized Florida's Republican leadership on a litany of topics Saturday to a group of Martin County Democrats.
Fri May 10, 2013
Statement from Martin County Commission Chairwoman Sarah Heard...
"This week, harmful releases from Lake Okeechobee once again began flowing into our fragile St.
What a weekend in Martin County: May 10-12
Talk about a special delivery: On May 11, besides delivering mail, letter carriers with the U.S. Postal Service will collect food donations as part of Stamp Out Hunger food drive, the largest single-day food collection effort in the nation.
Thu May 09, 2013
Data storage, recovery provider unveils new center in Indiantown
ITS Fiber LLC drew about 150 people Wednesday to "the Mount Everest of South Florida" for the unveiling of its $1.2 million data center.
BunFest raises $2800 for Humane Society
More than 450 people hopped on down to the shelter on April 6 to enjoy the day with and without their rabbits.
Hole in one for character, annual golf tournament raises $15,500
This story is contributed by a member of the Treasure Coast community and is neither endorsed nor affiliated with TCPalm.com Stephen MacDonald stands next to his 2013 Ford Fusion, courtesy of Advantage Ford in Stuart.
R3 Recycling achieves record-breaking recycling rate
R3 Recycling sorts through materials such as cardboard, plastics, concrete, wood and carpet, and other recyclables at the Palm City transfer station, handling approximately 35,000 tons of construction and demolition debris annually.